Apparently, this is my week for stories coming out, because my first ever paid published story "Bruises" has just been re-released in 200 CCs' Year One Anthology! It looks like a great collection and I am really excited to be a part of it. What a lovely way to end the year.
The Mists, my flash fiction story from my W1S1 challenge is now available to read on Fantasia Divinity! Check it and the rest of the January issue out here.
I'm quite excited to see my new story 'And So It Ends' up on Visual Verse. This is my eighth story in their anthology, and the thrill of seeing my work up on the site has yet to fade. Read my story here.
I really enjoyed working with this month's Visual Verse challenge. You can read the story I created from it, "The Mate" here.
After nearly five months of weekly submissions during my Write 1 Submit 1 challenge, I got another story accepted by a paying publication! I wrote my flash fiction story "The Mists" during the September edition of Story-A-Day and submitted it at the end of last month to three publications. Within the same day, Fantasia Divinity... Continue Reading →
Continuing my W1S1 challenge, I have been submitting pretty regularly to the great Visual Verse Anthology and have just had my sixth submission published on their site! For anyone else doing their own W1S1 challenge, I highly recommend giving Visual Verse a try. It's a great way to give yourself a boost in the face... Continue Reading →
As part of my W1S1 challenge to myself, I took this month's Visual Verse story prompt. Now the flash fiction I submitted is up in their anthology! Read it here.
Pitch Wars, for those who don't know, is a yearly contest run by author Brenda Drake. To get in, you submit in a sample chapter and query letter for a completed novel to four different mentors in your target age bracket and genre. Mentors then choose one mentee to help polish up and present to agents. I applied... Continue Reading →
My first paid fiction publication has been published! I'm so excited to have my flash fiction story 'Bruises,' my first ever submission during my W1S1 challenge featured in 200 CCs! Read it here.